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Old Jul 12, 2014, 2:21 PM   #1
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Old Jul 12, 2014, 5:00 PM   #2
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Nice set of vibrant shots JJ.... and I love the frog...
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G'day JJ

Very nice mate - obviously the FZ couples to your eyesight perfectly
Exposure & focus are spot on - well done


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Great shots, Jim! As already commented, all are vibrant and sharp. I particularly like the frog and the first dragonfly - it just looks like a chopper! Great going, keep it up!

Tried some quick fun, hope you woudn't mind!
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Great shots, Jim! As already commented, all are vibrant and sharp. I particularly like the frog and the first dragonfly - it just looks like a chopper! Great going, keep it up!

Tried some quick fun, hope you woudn't mind!
That is funny Raghu, love it. (Great work)
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jj, what settings are these and did you use a macro lens, if so what?
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G'day Raghu

Yet mate - you have a wikkid sense of humour .... and excellent photo skills

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No macro lens used Eysha.
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What a lovely series and source of inspiration.

My favourite is definitely photo no.6, and no.7 a close runner up. The fine detail of the wings is outstanding. If I ever manage to capture a dragonfly in such excellent quality I will be a very happy man. I haven't seen any this year, we normally have a few around the pond.
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What a lovely series and source of inspiration.

My favourite is definitely photo no.6, and no.7 a close runner up. The fine detail of the wings is outstanding. If I ever manage to capture a dragonfly in such excellent quality I will be a very happy man. I haven't seen any this year, we normally have a few around the pond.
If you are ever in Ohio it would be a pleasure to take you to the Dragon Pond.
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